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I Know I'm Fat

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

I've reached my max. When it comes to my nerves, that it is. My roommate has seemed to think it was necessary to constantly remind me in "not so subtle" ways that I'm fat. Yes, I know I'm fat. I've been fat for a few years now. And, yes, I know it is bad for me. And guess what? I'm actually doing something about it, and succeeding! I don't need side-remarks about the food I'm eating. She is not the one making my decisions, or the one putting food into my mouth. I'm doing this myself. And I don't need her help. In fact, I see how she lives her life, and I don't want her life. It is an extremely toxic one. I'll skip that one, thank you very much.

Sorry, had to get that off of my chest.
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  • no profile photo HEALTHYPERI
    That would drive me crazy. Tell her to please keep her opinions to herself about YOUR body and eating habits. Tell her if you want her opinion you know where she lives to get it.
    386 days ago
  • KITTYHAWK1949
    Sorry you are having a problem. Keep taking care of yourself. Maybe she is jealous that you are succeeding.
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    425 days ago
  • NANASUEH
    Time for a different roommate. Definitely some house rules about keeping the mouth shut.

    If her own life is toxic, it sounds like she's deflecting so she doesn't have to focus on her own issues. Try to remember that: her comments are really about her, not you.

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    426 days ago
  • TICIASPLAN
    Glad to see you are focused on your health. I have gained 4 pounds since August, caused in part by verbal abuse. Finding my strong is a daily challenge.
    426 days ago
  • CAKAROO
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    426 days ago
  • SLIMMERJESSE
    Yikes, that is one rude roommate!
    426 days ago
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